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Bluff Knoll

Chester Pass Rd, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia 6338, Australia
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4-Day Tour from Perth Including Margaret River, Valley of the Giants Tree Top...
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“car park” (22 reviews)
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Chester Pass Rd, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia 6338, Australia
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This hike is very steep and you will get very hot very quickly - take PLENTY of water with you. The site carpark has great facilities, it's a great walk :)

1  Thank Kynance72
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Bluff Knoll can be seen for kilometres which is the very reason for climbing it. You're in for stunning views at the top, not to mention also in several places on the way up. The walk is correctly graded at class 4, so you need...More

Thank James B
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Easier than expected to get to and the trek was easy for me using a walking stick with no rain or wind

Thank Damien V
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

It's an amazing place to visit, need much effort to climb up on the top to see the beautiful views. The weather changes very often so plan accordingly plus keep plenty of food and drinks to keep you going.

Thank Salman M
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Just went there last weekend as the temperature last week was quite low. In the middle of the week Bluff Knoll was experiencing snowfall and jammed with people. The weather forecast for the night before was minus one but we are not dare to climb...More

1  Thank AlfredsBlog
Reviewed 12 July 2017

OK, first of all, I did doubt myself a few times half way the climb. I was feeling exhausted and we have been trekking for a while and someone goes past and says 'you are half way there!!' me (in my mind) 'you cannot be...More

2  Thank Lisavguest
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Not a bad walk trail , $12 to park in the car park good wild flowers in spring and it snows here in winter sometimes very rare thou ! A highlite of the area .

Thank Beau D
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Let me start off by saying I am not a mountaineer, hiker or even a keen bush walker. I am 52 years old and reasonably fit. I was also probably the oldest person climbing that day. Let's say, it's a challenge. Pretty much 3.1km of...More

1  Thank Markcity65
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

After the cold snap we were hoping to see snow but it had all melted by the time we got there. The views are amazing and worth the small charge to get up to the lookout and car park where those who are braver enough...More

2  Thank Kenny100653
Reviewed 6 July 2017

The grandkids were agog with anticipation of seeing snow for the first time. Unfortunately it was not to be. Plenty of low level clouds, rain squalls, cold temperatures and my fitness levels were barriers to hiking to the upper reaches. Actually none of us really...More

2  Thank Dan L
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Hamza S
11 June 2017|
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Response from Shahedun | Reviewed this property |
check out sterling range for camp, and make sure you go early in the morning to avoid the sun.
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SaberX
Hi guys! I was planning to drive to Bluff Knoll for a potential proposal at the top or something? Just wondering how long one would moderately walk up Bluff Knoll? Is there a best time to go, and more importantly is it very crowded at the top? I'm thinking end of November so I am hoping the weather is moderate, but not sure how busy it gets up there - it would be great to have a few minutes of quiet time with just us preferably to pop the question. Any advice or feedback on this idea for those that have been to the top? Would it have enough of a 'wow ' factor from the top , otherwise I could scrap the idea and find something that would leave a more memorable impression? How long would it then take to get back down? 2 hrs? I am wondering also if it is reasonable to picnic or sit up the top to 'celebrate' and relax, or if it is quite a rocky/uncomfortable area to laze around - but with great views of course? Would anyone have any suggestions on nearby things to do after? Thinking of departing on sat morning from Perth, so given it takes 3 or 4 hours to get there around lunch time I assume Saturday would be a write off by the time we get back down. I am then thinking the closest thing that makes sense is heading to Albany for the night, and enjoying the Sunday at wineries and local things around there before heading back to Perth by evening?? I think Pemberton is nearby Bluff Knoll but if anyone has any suggestions on towns, things to see/do down that way that'd be great as we usually head down Margaret River way. So this is probably the best chance to tick off a few things. We love our food, wine and anything different, so I figured Albany was best? Sorry for the many questions - I've never been or climbed Bluff Knoll so have no idea what to expect !
24 October 2016|
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Response from Sophie T | Reviewed this property |
Also, both me and my friend are not experienced hikers and it was our first big mountain hike and we were fine with following the path etc.!
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Pcr14
10 July 2016|
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Response from iriswandi | Reviewed this property |
Last time we hiked up to the waterfall with daughter 3yo and 6yo and decided to got back as was about run out of daylight. We weren't intended to hike up to the top, just to check how far our kids were interested in to the... More
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